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  1. Fingernails are located at the distal end of what bone?
    phananges
  2. The mandible is part of the axial or appendicular skeleton?
    axial
  3. What is the longest bone in the body?
    femur
  4. What is the longest muscle?
    sartorius
  5. What is a “process”?
    a finger-like extension of bone
  6. What is a “sesamoid” bone?
    suspended inside connective tissue
  7. If you are lying face down, is your body prone or supine?
    prone
  8. al fin would be located on the anterior or posterior side of your torso?
    posterior
  9. do we know about the anterior superior spine of the iliac crest compared to the anterior inferior spine of the iliac crest?
    superior is closer to hand
  10. is the bone located at the base of the spinal column that sits between the two halves of the pelvis?
    sacrum
  11. ate the name of the bonelocated at the base of the spinal column that sits between the two halves of the pelvis?
    "sacred bone"
  12. The patella is located at the distal end of what bone?
    femur
  13. atella is located at the proximal end of what bone?
    tibia
  14. "Plantar” refers to what surface of the body?
    bottom of feet
  15. Three categories of muscles found in the forearm
    flexors, extensors and ridge muscles
  16. The "thoracic arch” is found on the posterior or anterior side of the ribcage?
    anterior
  17. Infra-spinatus and supra-spinatus both have “spinatus” as a part of their name. To which important skeletal landmark does this refer? (Diagram or describe.)
    spinatus, spine of the scapula
  18. You'd yourself lying prone on the ground. Which surface of your body contacts the ground– anterior or posterior?
    anterior
  19. Venomous mammals are extremely rare in our time, but as we all know, the male platypus has a “calcaneous spur” that it uses to deliver venom. If you insist on picking up a male platypus you should avoid grabbing him by:
    d, his back leg
  20. What muscle do we call the “shoulder line”?
    trapezius
  21. The “strong cords” of the back are actually what muscles?
    supraspinalis, erectors of spine
  22. What muscle do they mainly oppose?
    rectus abdominis
  23. What muscles are the main rotators of the torso?
    external obliques
  24. When a doctor subjects a patient to auscultation, the instrument they most likelywould use is a:
    stethoscope, c
  25. What muscle surrounds the acromion process?
    deltroid
  26. If you were to block your auditory meatus which of your senses would be impeded?
    ear hole, hearing
  27. What is the common name for the mandible?
    lower jaw
  28. What is the common name for the olecranon process?
    elbow
  29. What is the anatomical name for the breast bone?
    sternum
  30. What do the biceps of the arm and the biceps of the femur have in common?
    biceps, "two heads"

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